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  • "Obsession", Sonata 2 for Solo Violin -Eugene Ysaye ( Manu Brazo )


    I. Obsession – Prelude: Poco vivace
    At the very beginning of the movement, Ysaÿe directly quotes the beginning of Prelude from J. S. Bach's Partita No. 3 in E major for solo violin. Much like Bach's E major Prelude, the movement consists of virtuosic sixteenth notes throughout, yet Ysaÿe's use of chromatic tonality clearly sets the piece in the genre of early 20th century music. Direct quotes from Bach's Prelude appear frequently, showing Ysaÿe's "obsession" with Bach's work. Another prominent theme is the "Dies Irae", a plainchant from the Catholic Mass for the Dead. Ysaÿe often employed his own symbols to indicate specific directions to players; for example, in the 74th bar of this movement, he uses one of his symbols over the first note of each beat to indicate that these notes should be played by the whole bow.
    ( Wikipedia)

    Recorded in Royal College of Music of London (Parry Room)
    March 2017

    Video and sound edition Karim Younis

  • Bando Wintringham Duo - Russell: Fantasy on Five

    Jonathan Russell - Fantasy on Five (2016)

    Jonathan Wintringham, soprano saxophone
    Kuninobu Bando, baritone saxophone
    Eastman Wind Ensemble
    Mark Davis Scatterday, conductor

    World Premiere Performance
    May 2, 2016
    Kodak Hall at the Eastman Theater
    Eastman School of Music
    Rochester, NY

  • Brahms: Sonata Op.120 No.1 - 1/4 Hanchao Jiang & Juan David Molano

    Live Recording on 24th April 2016
    Savigny, Switzerland
    Johannes Brahms: Sonata for Clarinet & Piano Op.120 No.1 - I. Allegro appassionato
    Transcription for saxophone by Hanchao Jiang
    Video recorded by SONY PMW-EX1R video camera
    Audio recorded by Schoeps MSTC64 stereo microphone

  • Brahms: Sonata Op.120 No.1 - 2/4 Hanchao Jiang & Juan David Molano

    Live Recording on 24th April 2016
    Savigny, Switzerland
    Johannes Brahms: Sonata for Clarinet & Piano Op.120 No.1 - II. Andante un poco Adagio
    Transcription for saxophone by Hanchao Jiang
    Video recorded by SONY PMW-EX1R video camera
    Audio recorded by Schoeps MSTC64 stereo microphone

  • Classicpair - Andante from P. M. Dubois's Sonatina

    Listen to Dubois’s “Andante” from Sonatina played by Classicpair. Couple of musicians with passion and youthful energy. For more information visit our website:

    Agata Hańko - piano
    Jakub Jarosz - saxophone

    Piece of music from our debut album "Sparks"

    Place: Antenna Studios, London
    Repertoire: P. M. Dubois - Sonatine, mov. II Andante
    Video production: MET Film School
    Directed by Delphino Huang
    Producer: Agnieszka (Misia) Pawlowska
    Cinematography by Sebastian Dahlstrand
    Edited by Natalia Barbican
    Sound engineer: Jan Nowicki

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  • Creston Sonata mov.2

    沈子傑 薩克斯風
    Tzu-Chieh SHEN Saxophone
    鄭仁萱 鋼琴
    Jen-Hsuan CHENG Piano

  • Daniel Deffayet and Jacques Terry on Bolero

    Daniel Deffayet and Jacques Terry on Bolero(Ravel).

    Orchestre de France conduted by Lenard Bernstein.

    Donax's home(Japanese only)
  • E. Ysaÿe - Sonata No. 2 [I. Obsession] (1923) - Ferran Gorrea

    Sonata No.2 (1923) Eugène Ysaÿe (1858 - 1931) Ferran Gorrea - Alto Saxophone 09.02.2020 Zurich

  • ESP - Pines of Rome - Respighi

    Eastman Saxophone Project Spring Concert
    April 6, 2016
    Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School of Music

    Ottorino Respighi
    arr. Jonathan Wintringham

    Pines of Rome
    I. The Pines of the Villa Borghese
    II. Pines Near a Catacomb
    III. The Pines of the Janiculum
    IV. The Pines of the Appian Way

    Phil Pierrick, sopranino
    Jonathan Wintringham, soprano
    Matt Amedio, soprano
    Erik Elmgren, soprano
    Lauritz Eller, soprano
    Myles Boothroyd, alto
    Nicki Roman, alto
    Anne Kunkle, alto
    Annie Sawamura, alto
    Dan Stenziano, alto
    Ainsley Kilgo, alto
    Katherine Weintraub, tenor
    Aiwen Zhang, tenor
    Drew Viavattine, tenor
    Stephanie Venturino, tenor
    Colin Crake, tenor
    Chris Doser, tenor
    Tyler Wiessner, baritone
    Gabriel Piqué, baritone
    Arthur Liang, baritone
    Jeremy Howell, baritone
    Khanh Nguyen, bass

    Chien-Kwan Lin, offstage alto & tenor

    Hannah Dick
    Gordon Fry
    Victor LaBozzetta
    Stella Perlic
    Kyle Peters
    Kevin Zetina

    Anna Lenhert

    Pi-Lin Ni

    Chien-Kwan Lin, director
    Jonathan Wintringham, assistant director

  • ESP - Wedding Dance - Press

    ESP - Wedding Dance - Press

  • Evan Gidley- The Nature of Sound

    Performed live on April 3, 2016 at Evan's Senior Recital at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. Composed by Evan Gidley
  • Gabriel Riccio: Winding Through Angles, for solo alto saxophone

    _Winding Through Angles_, for unaccompanied alto saxophone, written in 2009 by American composer Gabriel Riccio.

    The piece is divided into two sections, one slow [starts at 0:00] and one fast [starts at 4:54].

    To hear more of Riccio's music, including The Gabriel Construct's album _Interior City_, please visit his YouTube channels, and A post on his blog about this video can be found here:

    The score for this work may be obtained directly from the composer.

    The composer provides these notes:

    'Winding through Angles' for solo alto saxophone was composed in the spring semester 2009 under the tutelage of Gerald Levinson. It is based on the 'five note' exercises - at any given point, the piece is centered around a group of five chromatic pitch classes contained in a major third. It modulates between different groups of five notes until all twelve pitch classes are used in the work. The first movement is a slow build, while the second movement is an exercise in frustration, simultaneously angry and mocking itself. I chose the saxophone because it is an instrument capable of great expression, largely underused in the classical world.

  • Handel in the Strand - saxophone ensemble

    Handel in the Strand - Percy Grainger arr. Lindsey Smith
    From a concert by Equinox Saxophone Ensemble at the Radcliffe Centre, Buckingham, as part of their ‘Voyages’ - a programme celebrating music from around the world, from beautiful Baroque to passionate Tango, traditional folk music and contemporary works for saxophone ensemble.
    Equinox Saxophone Ensemble:

    Alistair Parnell - Sopranino
    Nicola Pennill - Soprano
    Claire Tomsett-Rowe - Alto
    Keri Degg - Alto
    Lindsey Smith - Alto
    Chris Jolly - Tenor
    Michelle Phillips - Tenor
    Alison Bryant - Baritone

    with guest players:
    Nigel Wood - Soprillo
    Chloe Percy-Smith - Bass
  • Henri Tomasi saxophone concerto, II mov - Nicola Peretto

  • Hocket by Meredith Monk

    Thomas Giles, alto saxophone

    *Adapted for saxophone by the performer

    Taken from Monk's music-theater piece Facing North (1990), "Hocket" is a piece wherein two singers share a single melody relying entirely on each other to bring it to completion.

    Meredith Monk is an American composer, singer, director, choreographer, and creator of new opera, music-theater works, films, and installations. A pioneer in extended vocal technique and interdisciplinary performance, Monk's work thrives at the intersection of music and movement, image and object, light and sound. Her groundbreaking exploration of the voice as an instrument, able to express an eloquent language in and of itself, expands the boundaries of musical composition, creating landscapes of sound that unearth feelings, energies, and memories for which there are no words.

    For more on the artist, see:

  • Jungle /Christian Lauba played by Marko Dzomba

    Live recording of the piece Jungle | Christian Lauba

    Saxophone: Marko Dzomba
  • Jungle /Christian Lauba played by Marko Dzomba

    Live recording of the piece Jungle | Christian Lauba

    Saxophone: Marko Dzomba

  • Ku Ku, Barry Cockroft

    4 December 2016

    Bates Recital Hall, Austin, TX

    Ku Ku, Barry Cockroft

    Gordon Gest, soprano saxophone

  • Kuku- Barry Cockcroft

    Barry Cockcroft's Kuku performed by Evan Gidley on his Senior Recital at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne on April 3,2016.
  • Medieval music on saxophone: Guillaume de Machaut – Donnez, signeurs

    "Donnez, signeurs," by Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300-1377), arranged for one alto and two tenor saxophones. Notes from the performer:

    "This arrangement is based on the edition found in _Polyphonic Music of the Fourteenth Century_, edited by Leo Schrade, and the recording by Gothic Voices on their album _Lancaster and Valois_. I like to imagine that, had Machaut lived about 500 years later, he would have liked the saxophone.

    "The piece is in the form of a ballade, but since there is no text involved when performing it in this transcription, I only play through the material once."

    Thanks to Swarthmore College's Department of Music & Dance for use of Lang Concert Hall.